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What is being proposed is on par with the introduction of the HTTP - Hypertext Transfer Protocol

I got my google wave invite about a week ago and have been checking it out. It's been pretty interesting. The wave is is pretty wild. It's not instant messaging, it's not e-mail, it's not blogging. It's a whole new ball game. It's its own protocol. The I/O event wave demo was sweet. What it really showed was the flexibility of the protocol. I've yet to read the white papers, but this could be a game changer. What is being proposed is on par with the introduction of the HTTP - Hypertext Transfer Protocol.

Looks like there is fun to had by all.
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